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First we are going to learn how to play the intro to our song. On the original recording, it's a piano supporting the vocal. In this lesson, I am going to cover how you can cover that piano part with a single electric guitar.

Before the vocals and first verse come in, we have a four bar intro with just piano. On guitar, we are switching between G and D, coming in with the moving bass line on the & of 2 after each chord.

After the intro, we get into our first verse playing along with the piano. The first four bars move between G, D, G7, and C all for one bar and with our moving bass line.

For the second two bars, we will play the chords a little differently then the rest of the song. We move between G, G/D, C, and D surrounded by the background vocals.

Lastly, we will switch between the chords a little quicker again for the last two bars. You will play G, C back to G and then end on D7.

For the single guitar version, you will play this part with just open chords playing the same chord progression. You will let the chorda ring over the backing track, and if you are playing it solo play whatever rhythm you like just make sure it always supports the lead vocal.
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